Marquette University men's basketball players Sam and Joey Hauser to transfer

Marquette University men's basketball players Sam and Joey Hauser to transfer

The Marquette Golden Eagle mascot pumps up the students before the game against the Southern Jaguars at BMO Harris Bradley Center on November 08, 2013 in Madison, Wisconsin.

Marquette's chance of being a preseason top 10 men's basketball team for 2019-20 has taken a 1-2 punch as brothers Sam and Joey Hauser will transfer at the end of the current semester, the university confirmed.

Sam Hauser will have to sit one year before playing his final season because he will not be a graduate transfer. According to Synergy Sports, Houser rated as one of the top spot-up players in the nation last season: 1.36 points per possession (69.3 eFG%).

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Lance Allan of TODAY'S TMJ4 reports that older brother Sam Hauser and younger brother Joey Hauser are both departing Marquette. "We have a tremendous group of returning players and are extremely excited about the upcoming season and future of our program".

Sam Hauser, who just wrapped up his junior season with the program, set career bests in 2018-19 with averages of 14.9 points and 7.2 rebounds per contest. At 6-foot-8, Hauser is an excellent shooter (40.2 3P%, 57.6 eFG% this season) and fringy National Basketball Association prospect.

"Sam, listed 6'8" and 225 pounds, averaged 14.9 points and 7.2 rebounds per game a year ago. He also shot 42.5 percent from 3.

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